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Probiotics promote natural health benefits

Apr-14-2014 at 06:39 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

Russian microbiologist Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov (1845-1916) in 1913. Photo: Wikipedia
Probiotics | Wikipedia

Probiotics are microorganisms that some have claimed provide health benefits when consumed. The term probiotic is currently used to name ingested microorganisms associated with beneficial effects to humans and animals. Introduction of the concept is generally attributed to Nobel Prize recipient Eli Metchnikoff, who in 1907 suggested that "the dependence of the intestinal microbes on the food makes it possible to adopt measures to modify the flora in our bodies and to replace the harmful microbes by useful microbes". A significant expansion of the potential market for probiotics has led to higher requirements for scientific substantiation of putative beneficial effects conferred by the microorganisms.

Etymologically, the term appears to be a composite of the Latin preposition pro ("for") and the Greek adjective βιωτικός (biotic), the latter deriving from the noun βίος (bios, "life").

Most of the literature gives it a full Greek etymology, but the word is actually composed of a Latin prefix “pro” and the Ancient Greek word “bios”, a linguistic hybrid, which means “life”.

Though probiotics have received renewed attention recently from product manufacturers, research studies and consumers, the idea of health benefits through food starts with the history of mankind. The history of probiotics can be traced back to the first use of cheese and fermented products, that were well known to the Greeks and Romans who recommended their consumption. The fermentation of dairy foods represents one of the oldest techniques for food preservation.

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1. Keybiotics: probiotic supplement

Apr-14-2014 at 06:45 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Whole Body Research: Keybiotics
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Keybiotics Includes These 14 Potent Strains:

  1. Lactobacillus Acidophilus DDS-1® - this strain outperforms virtually any other strain.
    What sets Lactobacillus Acidophilus DDS-1® apart?
    • It adapts well to the human digestive system, colonizing better than other probiotics
    • It's hardy enough to survive your stomach acids, ensuring that more of it gets to your digestive tract
    • It bolsters your immune system
    • It creates lactase, which is useful for dealing with lactose intolerance
    • It's the most versatile and effective probiotic currently available, helping you to feel great and stay regular
  2. Bifidobacterium Lactis - fights against diarrhea and bolsters your immune function. Flu patients given Bifidobacterium Lactis saw an increase in antibodies, helping them fight off infection and recover faster
  3. Lactobacillus Plantarum - one of the toughest strains, this survives your stomach to get to work in your digestive tract. This bacteria can help with the symptoms of IBS, Crohn's disease, and colitis
  4. Lactobacillus Rhamnosus - found in yogurt and dairy products, this strain can practically do it all, including helping with respiratory and urinary tract infections, skin conditions, and even reduce anxiety!
  5. Lactobacillus Casei - this bacteria can inhibit the growth of H. pylori, which is thought to be the leading cause of ulcers and other forms of gastrointestinal distress. If you frequently experience stomach pains and other discomfort, then you should definitely try to get as much Lactobacillus Casei in your system as possible
  6. Lactobacillus Salivarius - besides being fantastic at fighting off disease-causing bacteria, this strain also fights bad breath! Most halitosis is actually caused by bacteria in your digestive tract, so stop the problem at its source
  7. Lactobacillus Bulgaricus - this probiotic lives in your intestinal lining, and is perfect for ridding your digestive system of toxins. It also produces its own natural antibiotics, keeping you healthy and active
  8. Bifidobacterium Breve - food allergies and gas are just two of the problems you can encounter when you have a shortage of this strain. Bifidobacterium Breve has been called the “champion” of probiotics for its ability to break down almost any kind of food, making digestion a quick, easy- and painless- procedure
  9. Lactobacillus Paracasei - because this strain is so effective at reducing your digestive tract's workload, it can actually reduce the effects of chronic fatigue syndrome. You'll be amazed by how much energy your body uses for digestion- Lactobacillus Paracasei gives you some of that energy back
  10. Lactococcus Lactis - this little bug has become famous recently for being the first organism used alive for treating human disease. Scientists have also been experimenting with using this bacteria in vaccines, as it's so readily absorbed by the body- meaning it will multiply the effectiveness of every other probiotic as well!
  11. Streptococcus Thermophilus - this bacteria breaks down lactose, making it a must-have for the lactose intolerant. There have also been indications that it fights cancer, as mice that have taken this probiotic had 1/3 less cancer than others given a placebo
  12. Lactobacillus Brevis - an incredible booster for your body's natural defenses, Lactobacillus Brevis has been clinically shown to increase cellular immunity.
  13. Bifidobacterium Bifidum - one of the best microbes for restoring your delicate bacterial balance, Bifidobacterium Bifidum ensures you have a healthy mix, protecting against infection and helping spur digestion
  14. Bifidobacterium Longum - this bacteria actually prevents the growth of bad microbes, as opposed to just killing them. This makes it fantastic for maintaining a healthy gut, and avoiding illness altogether.

Whole Body Research: Keybiotics

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Keybiotics?

Keybiotics are super-probiotic supplements containing 37.5 billion colony forming units of friendly bacteria from 14 unique strains of beneficial bacteria, making it the most powerful probiotic on the market today. Keybiotics are specially engineered to withstand stomach acids and bile, allowing them cover the entire G.I. Tract and balance out Candida and other types of yeast overgrowth quickly and efficiently.

How is Keybiotics different from other probiotics?

The Keybiotics Difference

  • 37.5 Billion colony-forming-units per capsule
  • 14 unique strains of bacteria, including super-strains Lactobacillus Acidophilus and Bifidobacterium
  • Same strains used in 90% of probiotic clinical studies
  • Engineered to withstand stomach acids and bile, populating your entire G.I. Tract
  • Gluten-free, lactose-free, and completely allergen-free
  • Every batch is 3rd party tested by an independent laboratory for purity and potency

Keybiotics contains the largest concentration of CPUs of any probiotic on the market today, and are made from the same strands proven for effectiveness in 90% of all clinical studies done with probiotics. Keybiotics contains 14 unique strands of powerful beneficial bacteria, specifically selected to address the different symptoms of Candida and yeast overgrowth, balancing your gut in the fastest amount of time possible by taking a probiotic supplement. Every batch of Keybiotics is tested for purity and potency by an independent 3rd party laboratory, ensuring their effectiveness so you reap the maximum benefits.

What are the exact strains and ingredients? (see chart)

How many bottles should I order?

Since you are getting in on our New Customer Special, you will always be able to re-order Keybiotics at the $39.99 per bottle price, but when you act today you can take advantage of 2 additional options for even more savings. If you're like 9 out of 10 people who try Keybiotics, you'll want to keep on taking them and enjoying the benefits, so we suggest you stock up now for maximum savings. Should you decide you don't want them later for any reason you can always return them for a full and fast refund.

Should I be worried about allergic reactions?

Keybiotics contains no stimulants of any kind, and absolutely no allergens or toxins. They are gluten-free, lactose-free, and packaged in vegetarian capsules to be safe for consumption no matter what your dietary restrictions.

How will I be billed?

You will be billed today only, for the amount you order only. Whole Body Research never does any form of auto-billing or order shipping – what you see is what you get. For re-orders please call our Customer Service line at (800) 240-7721, and be sure to have your initial Order Number handy to guarantee you receive the same price.

Do I need to refrigerate Keybiotics?

While refrigerating will not have a negative effect on Keybiotics, it’s not necessary to retain the product’s effectiveness.

How do I take Keybiotics?

Take Keybiotics once per day, preferably with a meal.

What happens if I miss a dose?

No need to panic. Simply take your next dose as scheduled. As you build up beneficial flora in your intestine, you’ll continue to notice positive results even when you’ve missed a dose.

What about side effects?

Keybiotics has no negative side effects. They are made from strains of bacteria that occur naturally in the human body and can only improve your body's digestion and overall health.

Will they give me bad breath?

Bad breath is an unwelcome and very common issue when taking many probiotics, so when we designed Keybiotics we knew we would be facing this challenge. After many tests we finally discovered the reason why most probiotics give you bad breath – and it was a surprisingly easy fix!

Can I take Keybiotics with other medications?

You should always consult your doctor before taking any supplement with other medications, but in nearly all cases Keybiotics are completely safe to take. Usually if you are taking antibiotics it becomes even more important to take Keybiotics to help replenish the good bacteria in your gut that the antibiotics kill off.

What is Whole Body Research?

Whole Body Research is a nutraceutical company based in Los Angeles, California. We pride ourselves in producing the highest-quality nutritional supplements, all of which are engineered by our team of researchers and 3rd party tested for quality and purity. We can be reached on our Customer Support line at (800) 240-7721 from 9am – 11pm EST, Monday through Friday, and 8am to 8pm EST, Saturday and Sunday, or by email at support@wholebodyresearch.com.
www.wholebodyresearch.com | www.thekeybiotics.com
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2. Cultures for Health: Natural Recipes with videos

Apr-14-2014 at 06:46 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Cultures for Health: Natural Recipes with videos
http://www.culturesforhealth.com

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3. Bulgarian Yogurt: Lactobacillus bulgaricus

Apr-14-2014 at 06:47 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Bulgarian Yogurt: Lactobacillus bulgaricus
http://www.bacillusbulgaricus.com

How to make your own Bulgarian yogart:
http://www.bacillusbulgaricus.com/make-your-own-yogurt.htm

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